**Full Volume**/ Весь том (UA) [ (PDF) ]**Cover**/ Титул (UA) [ (PDF) ]**Editorial Board**/ Редакційна колегія (UA).*P. 2.*[ (PDF) ]**Contents**/ Зміст (UA).*P.3.*[ (PDF) ]**A.E. Choque-Rivero, Graciela A. González, E. Cruz Mullisaca**. Korobov's controllability function method applied to finite-time stabilization of the Rössler system via bounded controls.*P. 4-20.*DOI: 10.26565/2221-5646-2020-91-01. [ Abstract] [ Full-text available (PDF)]**P.V. Lukianov.**BVI-noise generation by wing-shaped helicopter blade.*P. 21-35.*DOI: 10.26565/2221-5646-2020-91-02. [ Abstract ] [ Full-text available (PDF) ]**V.V. Karieva, S.V. Lvov, L.P. Artyukhova.**Different strategies in the liver regeneration processes. Numerical experiments on the mathematical model.*P. 36-44.*DOI: 10.26565/2221-5646-2020-91-03. [ Abstract ] [ Full-text available (PDF) ]**V.D. Gordevskyy.**On his 70th birthday.*P. 45-46.*DOI: 10.26565/2221-5646-2020-91-04. [ Abstract ] [ Full-text available (PDF) ]**S.Yu. Favorov.**On his 70th birthday.*P. 47-48.*DOI: 10.26565/2221-5646-2020-91-05. [ Abstract ] [ Full-text available (PDF) ]

*Short abstract:*
The problem of stabilizing the Rössler system in finite time by bounded control
is considered. We employ V. I. Korobov's controllability
function method, which involves a Lyapunov-type function.
The controllability function is the solution of an implicit equation.
A family of bounded controls which solve the problem is explicitly
computed. Besides, the time that it takes the trajectory to reach the desired equilibrium is estimated.

*Extended abstract:*
Rössler system has become one of the reference chaotic systems. Its novelty
when introduced, being that exhibits a chaotic attractor generated by a
simpler set of nonlinear differential equations than Lorenz system. It develops chaotic behaviour for certain
values of its parameter triplet. The issue of controlling Rössler system by stabilizing one of its unstable
equilibrium points has been previously dealt with in the literature. In this work, control of the Rössler system
is stated by considering the synthesis problem. Given a system and one of its equilibrium points, the synthesis
problem consists in constructing a bounded positional control such that for any
x^{0}
belonging to a certain neighborhood of the equilibrium point, the trajectory x(t) initiated in
x^{0}
arrives at this equilibrium point in finite time. Namely, by using V.I. Korobov’s method, also called the controllability function method, a family
of bounded positional controls that solve the synthesis problem for the Rössler system is proposed. We mainly
use two ingredients. The first one concerns the general theory of the controllability function The second ingredient
is a family of bounded positional controls that was obtained in. Different from previous works on finite-time
stabilization we propose an explicit family of bounded controls constructed by taking into account the only
nonlinearity of the Rössler system, which is a quadratic function. By using the controllability function method, which is a
Lyapunov-type function, the finite time to reach the desired equilibrium point is estimated. This is obtained
for an arbitrary given control bound and an adequate set of initial conditions to achieve the control objective
is computed.
This proposal may also be developed for any controlled system for which its linear part is completely controllable
and its corresponding nonlinear part is a lipschitzian function in a neighborhood of the equilibrium point.
In turn, this technique may be implemented as a tool for control chaos.

*Keywords:* Rössler system; Korobov's controllability
function; bounded control; finite time stabilization.

2010 Mathematics Subject Classification: 93C15; 93B05; 34D20. [ Full-text available (PDF) ] Top of the page.

*Short abstract:*
In this work, the problem of generation BVI-noise by
wing-shaped rotor blade of a helicopter is posed and solved.
Research completed for near and far sound fields. In particular,
it was discovered dependence of the distribution of density
pulsations on the longitudinal blade geometry, angle of attack and
blade angle to counter flow. Air flux speed increase promotes the
generation of transverse pulsations on the surface blade that
dominate longitudinal pulsations in level. The level of generated
noise is in the range of $50\mbox{\:dB}\leq L\leq 60\mbox{\:dB}$,
which is 5-6\:dB lower than the noise of the Blue Edge blades, and
also rounded blade at its end.

*Extended abstract:*
Aerodynamic noise includes a number of
noise components, among which rotational noise and vortex noise
(BVI-noise) make the largest contribution to the overall noise
generated. Rotation noise depends on the magnitude of the velocity
of the incoming blade and prevails over other noise components at
significant Mach Mach numbers. Unlike rotation noise, vortex noise
is evident at low helicopter flight speeds, moderate Mach numbers.
In the formation of this type of noise,an important role is played
by the longitudinal geometry. Therefore, recently the shape of the
helicopter blade is chosen close to existing natural forms, which
are as balanced as possible. One of these may be a wing-shaped
blade. In this work, the problem of generating BVI noise by the
wing shaped blade of a helicopter is posed and solved. The
mathematical model of the problem is constructed on the previously
proposed by the author and successfully tested system of
aeroacoustic equations for the general case. Estimated features in
this system are pulsations of sound pressure and sound potential.
The calculated data of these quantities, as well as their
derivatives, were used to study near and far sound fields. In
particular, the dependence of the density ripple distribution is
revealed from the blade geometry, the angle of attack and the
blade angle to the oncoming flow. Increasing flow velocity
contributes to the emergence of transverse ripples on the surface
blades that dominate the longitudinal ripples by level. An
interesting feature noticed in the calculations is that there are
calculations for moderate Mach numbers M=0.2,0.3 situations,
at certain angles of blade placement to the stream and angles of
attack where rotation noise dominates eddy noise. For values Mach
numbers $ M>0.4 $ rotation noise plays a major role in blade
noise generation. The noise level generated is in the range
$50\mbox{\:dB}\leq L\leq60\mbox{\:dB}$, which is lower by 5-6\:dB for
the Blue Edge blade, as well as the rounded blade. In addition,
activation of the high-frequency region in the frequency spectrum
of noise was observed $f\approx{840}\mbox{\:Hz}$. The results of the
calculations show that the blade of the wing-shaped is low-noise
in the mode of maneuvers at small flight speeds.

*Keywords:* sound generation; wing-shaped helicopter blade; BVI-noise.

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*Short abstract:*
It is considered the mathematical model which describes the processes of liver regeneration with homogeneous
approximation. Numerical calculations revealed that the mathematical model corresponds to biological processes
for different strategies of liver regeneration. Based on the calculations in the case of partial hapatectomy
it is concluded that the mixed strategy of regeneration should be used for regeneration process.

*Extended abstract:*
It is considered the generalized mathematical model which describes the processes of maintaining / restoring
dynamic homeostasis (regeneration) of the liver and obviously depends on the control parameters. The model is
a system of discrete controlled equations of the Lotka – Volterra type with transitions. These equations describe
the controlled competitive dynamics of liver cell populations’ (hepatic lobules) various types in their various
states and controlled competitive transitions between types and states. To develop this model there were accepted
such assumptions: homogeneous approximation; independence of biological processes; small toxic factors. In
the mathematical model the process of the liver regeneration occurs due to hyperplasia processes, replication,
polyplodia and division of binuclear hepatocytes into mononuclear and controlled apoptosis. All these processes
are necessary for adequate modeling of the liver regeneration. For example, single and constant toxic functions
show that the above processes are not able to cope with the toxic factors that are accumulated in the body.
The process of restoring the body’s functional state requires the non-trivial strategy of the liver regeneration.
Numerical calculations revealed that the mathematical model corresponds to biological processes for different
strategies of the liver regeneration. Based on the calculations in the case of partial hapatectomy it is concluded
that the mixed strategy of regeneration should be used for the regeneration process. Henceforward it is planned
to extend the mathematical model in the case of the liver regeneration, which occurs under the influence of strong
toxins, that is, using the stem cells and fibrosis. It is also supposed to justify the principles and criteria
for optimal regulation of the processes of maintaining / restoring liver’s dynamic homeostasis.

*Keywords:* mathematical model; liver regeneration; numerical experiment.

2010 Mathematics Subject Classification: 92C37, 65Y99. [ Full-text available (PDF) ] Top of the page.

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